PRESS RELEASEFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FEBRUARY 27, 2003Contact Persons: Bernard J. Kleina (630) 690-6500 ext.4 Florentina Rendón (630) 690-6500 ext 8
HISPANIC HOMEOWNERS FILE CIVIL RIGHTS CASE AGAINST THE CITY OF WEST CHICAGO AFTER A PRE-DAWN RAID TO CHECK FOR OVERCROWDING. ADDITIONAL CIVIL RIGHTS COMPLAINTS WERE FILED BY THE HOMEOWNERS AND HOPE FAIR HOUSING CENTER WITH HUD AND THE U.S. OFFICE OF CIVIL RIGHTS.
DATE: November 5, 1996CONTACT: Erin Kemple, Executive Director
Holyoke, MA -- The Housing Discrimination Project has settled two separate cases in which local landlords refused to sign leases required by the Section 8 rental from Hilltop Gardens Apartments and $20,000 from University Park Apartments, both located in Holyoke -- will be shared between HDP and a local tenant.
"Both complexes had an advertised policy of refusing to sign leases for tenants," said Joel Feldman, HDP Legal Director.
Clement and Gisele Pin of Holyoke, Massachusetts have paid Ivelisse Vicente of Holyoke $45,000 to settle a lawsuit which alleged that the Pins had intentio
Contact: Edythe Flemings Hall/ NAACP National Board of DirectorsCreating Common Wealth , President/CEO(301) 627-9763 phone (301) 627-9762
NAACP Delegates from across the country elected Edythe Flemings Hall (Member at-large) to the National Board of Directors at the 89th Annual Convention of the NAACP, in Atlanta, July 11-16, 1998.
Hall , a member of the NAACP Maryland State Housing Committee and Housing Chairperson for the Prince Georges County Branch of the NAAC
Fair Housing Council of Greater Washington & Washington Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights & Urban Affairs Announce a Landmark Settlement of Civil Rights Lawsuit against Wheaton Place Apartments in Silver Spring, its principal owner, Ralph D. Rocks, and Allen & Rocks, Inc. on the basis of disability. The Consent Order, filed in June, in U.S.
City of Grand Rapids Equal Opportunity Department 300 Monroe NW Grand Rapids, MI 49503
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(May 14, 2002) -- This comprehensive study of mortgage lending discrimination in the Grand Rapids Metropolitan Area builds on and expands the